Venue Details & Map
77-85 Newington CausewaySouthwarkLondonSE1 6BD
- +44 (0)20 7407 0234
I saw a fantastic show here recently called 'These trees are made of blood' about the Argentinian dirty war and the thousands of politically minded students that were 'disappeared' aka imprisoned, tortured & murdered, justified as acts of war against terrorism and immorality. Some really stand out performances from fabulous actor musicians that really made you question right & wrong &...more
Small and intimate playhouse. The audience is up close with the performers, so you see their facial expressions very well compared to bigger West end theatres.
They have a lovely bar, that also serves snacks and meals pre and post performance. You are allowed to carry your drinks and snacks into the theatre with youmore
What an absolute gem tucked away behind Elephant and Castle roundabout.
I've been walking past this theatre all year, and finally decided to check it out. I'm kicking myself now for not coming sooner! They have a couple of plays running at any time. We watched Twelfth Night by the Oxford University Dramatic Society. I have seriously never laughed so much during a theatre production, much...more
I've been to the Southwark Playhouse twice now in it's new location. I've been lucky enough to get discounted tickets so thought it worth a try.
Now, I am a huge fan of the West End and the big shows but having seen Titanic and Johnny Got His Gun at the Southwark Playhouse I'm also in love with these smaller plays. It's an intimate venue so you can really feel part of it and you're so close...more
I came here to see Titanic during preview.
Upon entering the venue, I felt like the place was pretty run down, and was starting to worry about my next few hours at this venue. I also thought the worst of the quality of the production. I fully expected an amateur community theatre type of production.
When I entered the theatre, "The Large", they called it, it was dark, and I had to watch my...more